Nuts are a great healthy snack. And even though they're high in fat, you don't need to avoid them if you're trying to lose weight. Almonds deliver filling fiber, protein and healthy fats.
You don't need to go on a grapefruit diet to reap the health benefits of this ruby fruit. A whole grapefruit has about 100 calories and 4 grams of fiber.
Keep chickpeas in the pantry. They have a meaty texture and a nutty flavor along with plenty of satiating fiber and a little protein-perfect when you're watching your weight.
Toss grapes in the freezer for an easy snack. Because they're sweet and you savor them individually and slowly, you'll get a lot of satisfaction for just a handful of calories.
If you like a glass of wine with dinner, make room for it. Prefer dessert? Skip the drink and go for a small chocolate treat instead.
Popcorn is high in fiber and even delivers a little protein. A 1-ounce serving of air-popped popcorn has 4 grams of fiber, almost 4 grams of protein and clocks in at 110 calories.
Yogurt with fruit delivers calcium and fiber, plus protein and gut-healthy probiotics.Choose plain yogurt and add your own fruit for natural sweetness and fiber.
Try cut up veggies and some hummus. One serving of hummus is 2 tablespoons and paired with vegetables can help satisfy your hunger.
Oatmeal is a complex carb, meaning it helps fill you up without spiking your blood sugar. Plus, it's a good source of fiber and eating more fiber helps people lose weight and keep it off.
Dried fruit is a portable, healthy snack. Eating fruit helps with weight-loss because it's packed with filling fiber and important vitamins and minerals.